Excerpts from my motion and interactive design work.
Stride’s new flavor changing gum was so unbelievable, it was changing people’s lives. And a certain rodeo clown didn’t appreciate having his hard won career appropriated.
A really hard to make banner let you change your life right from your webcam.
I predict you wouldn’t like this future.
Ostrich Jockey was a popular choice.
A mockup of an iPad magazine for Rolex’s campaign, “Live For Greatness.”
Macy’s had an amazing piece of branded content, but no website. The Yes, Virginia microsite went from rapid prototype to live in a week.
A website proposal for Diamonds presenting the keepsakes of forces in art/film as a source of inspiration for their work.
Pitch prototype for Royal Caribbean.
“A Friend You Could Eat” for Swedish Fish was a genius print ad, and we pushed the idea even further, allowing you to turn your friends into edible products in this proposal for a microsite.
Animated desktop patterns for Merrill Lynch.
Proposal for a JWT internal website creating a word cloud of recollections about the holidays.
A text-to-“King’s Speech” microsite created to allow people to craft a royal correspondence much like those in Showtime’s The Tudors.
One of the first websites I concepted and built soup to nuts, the site literally turned a corner as you navigated from page to page.
Promotional site for the entirely rotoscoped sci-fi film “Renaissance.”
The portfolio of Howard Collinge, designed for and built in Flash, with a Wordpress backend.
A promotional website for the 2008 anniversary of JWT’s Stephen King’s (no, not him) landmark book on brand planning. The site collected invitees favorite quotes on planning, and was projected at the party. Built in 3d flash, animated with AS3.
Promotional site for the independent film “The Treatment.”
A microsite experience allowed you to upload and place your picture in an After Effects teaser for the film - See Yourself In 2054.